Question about Canon PowerShot SD1000 Digital Camera
Hi. I have a SD1000 Canon camera that was working just fine until yesterday when it gave me a lens error restart camera. I tried different things but nothing worked so I opened the top part of the lens and out came the different parts of the lens, including the springs that hold the plastic shutters that cover the lens when off. I dont know how to fix it and have no money to buy a new camera. I was looking for a picture of the inside of the lens to try fixing it myself with no luck. Please let me know what I can do and how much it may cost. Thanks
Lens error means that either it was dropped on the lens or the lens just failed. You could be looking at a $90-$120 repair
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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